Who invented clam chowder?

Answer Although no single individual is responsible for inventing clam chowder, Breton fishermen who migrated to New England from Newfoundland first combined the remains of their catches with readily avai... Read More »

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Corn Chowder Soup Manhattan Clam Chowder Soup Or Chicken Noodle Which Soup do you like better?

New England Clam Chowder soup....from Quincey's food bar.Papaw

Can I freeze clam chowder?

Broth-based clam chowders, such as Manhattan and Rhode Island clam chowders, can be frozen in any freezer-safe container. Leave 1/4 inch of space at the top of the container because when liquid fre... Read More »

Can I eat clam chowder on a no-meat diet?

For a strict no-meat diet, clam chowder is not allowed. Clams are animals, and their flesh is meat. Some types of vegetarian diets (those that allow the consumption of fish) do permit clam chowder.... Read More »

How to Make New England Clam Chowder?

A classic American dish, New England clam chowder is as old as the colonial times. It's a simple soup with some creamy character. It's also a perfect addition to a very cold night. If you like seaf... Read More »